The Country Bears (2002)

G   |    |  Comedy, Family, Music

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Beary Barrington goes on an adventure to save Country Bear Hall by getting the Country Bears back together for a reunion concert.

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  • Diedrich Bader and Daryl Mitchell in The Country Bears (2002)
  • Clancy Brown at an event for The Country Bears (2002)
  • Alice Dinnean and Misty Rosas in The Country Bears (2002)
  • Honey barkeep Cha-Cha (Queen Latifah, right) and two regulars enjoy the entertainment at her establishment.
  • Beary (foreground, left) finds new friends in the Bears' manager, Henry (background left), and Roadie (M.C. Gainey, right).
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27 December 2004 | mogier
| Great for children and inner children
I'd never heard of the Country Bears before - even the Disney attraction - and picked up the DVD for half price as a 'stocking filler' for my 8-year-old. I was pleasantly surprised - it's great to see something so innocent and good hearted that isn't packed with the sort of mawkish sentimentality that often finds its way into kids' films. The bears are the stars of the show, with some excellent costume puppetry and some great characters (my favourite is Zeb, who plays a mean fiddle). The story is a simple one, and you know how it's going to end. And I usually hate country music, but enjoyed the rocky tunes that punctuate the movie. This is the sort of thing that will keep most kids amused for an hour and a half - and any adult who can let their inner child out for a bit will get a kick out of it too. I'd be happy to see more of the Country Bears...

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